Articles and Blog Posts From February 2017
Pensacola Group Suggests Major Change to Florida's Sex Offender Registry ProgramA Florida advocacy group has proposed that Florida legislators make a major change to their sex offender registry program. With over 65,000 sex offenders currently registered on Florida’s state registry, this list includes offenders charged with minor offenses such as indecent exposure and those charged with more serious crimes such as sexual assault. The Florida Action Committee suggests that a lack… Read more
Florida Lawmakers Seek to reduce Penalties for Juvenile Offenders through CitationsAs of February 2, 2017, Senate Bill 196 is circulating Florida's Senate. Senate Bill 196 aims to provide a less stringent alternative for juvenile offenders charged with minor or first-time offenses. Under Senate Bill 196's proposed penalties for eligible misdemeanors, juvenile offenders found committing any of the offenses provided under this Bill will be provided with a citation in lieu of an arrest… Read more
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CS/SB 494 - Compensation of Victims of Wrongful Incarceration May 11, 2017 Finally Getting Rid of Clean Hands? What happens when a prisoner is wrongfully accused of a crime? We can hardly deny that prison, for any length of time,… read more
Florida Criminal Hazing Accusations Apr 25, 2017 Hazing under Fla. Stat. § 1006.63 At many colleges, universities, and post-secondary institutions, hazing is a rite of passage that allows one to cross… read more